The System Technology division of Micro-Epsilon has now moved into larger premises on June 15, 2010. With a floor area of 1,300m2, this provides the System Technology division with sufficient space for six large offices and a good-sized assembly area. Due to outstanding growth and development, the department reached full capacity in its previous premises. The building, designated as Werk II, is located in the centre of Ortenburg. There are currently twelve employees in the Systems Division at Ortenburg who are involved in planning, project planning, installation and sales.
Micro-Epsilon’s System Technology concentrates on seven different sectors, whereby process control of production and quality assurance processes. In addition to the automotive and tyres/rubber sectors, the sheet metal, film extrusion, aerospace and defence, glass and semiconductors, are also supported with special measurement and inspection systems.
Today, the Systems group comprises three locations with specific core competences. Austrian company ATENSOR in Steyr is involved with robotics. In particularly, this division is concerned with automatic track generation for robot-automated production of small batch sizes based on the dimensional measurement of the object to be machined. Settled in the automotive sector with core competences in dimensional measurement technology of tyres and rubber production, the company ME-Inspection SK whose head office is in Pressburg, Slovakia, also belongs to the Systems group. The System Technology business area of the Micro-Epsilon Group has approximately 40 employees in total across its three sites.